Journal of Language and Politics

(The median citation count of Journal of Language and Politics is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
I, Trump18
Delegitimizing the media?17
Beyond populism studies17
Critical fantasy studies15
Animals vs. armies13
Moving discourse theory forward13
De/legitimising EUrope through the performance of crises12
Mythopoetic legitimation and the recontextualisation of Europe’s foundational myth11
Instagram narratives in Trump’s America11
Poisoning the information well?10
Authority (de)legitimation in the border wall Twitter discourse of President Trump10
Discursive (re)construction of populist sovereignism by right-wing hard Eurosceptic parties in the 2019 European parliament elections9
Trumping Twitter9
Discourse, concepts, ideologies9
Logics, discourse theory and methods8
Separatists or terrorists? Jews or Nigerians?7
“We need to rediscover our manliness…”7
The (discursive) limits of (left) populism7
The tabloidization of the Brexit campaign7
Discourses of fake news7
Reimagining Europe and its (dis)integration7
Metaphors in political communication7
More than “Fake News”?7
Political masculinities and Brexit7
‘Fake news’ discourses7
Informing the government or fostering public debate?6
The Twittering Presidents6
Attack of the critics6
“You are not normal, you are against nature”5
The politics of fear in Hong Kong protest representations5
Who are ‘the people’?5
Right-wing populist media events in Schengen Europe5
Audience constructions of fake news in Australian media representations of asylum seekers5
The delegitimisation of Europe in a pro-European country5
Taking the left way out of Europe5
Populism in performance?5
Strongman, patronage and fake news4
Widening the North/South Divide? Representations of the role of the EU during the Covid-19 crisis in Spanish media4
Constructing threat through quotes and historical analogies in the Czech and the US “Ukraine Discourse”4
Sailing toIthaka4
Media, migration and human rights4
Beyond ‘fake news’?4
EU nationals in the UK after BREXIT4
Recursion theory and the ‘death tax’3
The political nature of fantasy and political fantasies of nature3
Attitudinal stance towards the anti-extradition bill movement in China Daily and South China Morning Post3
Subtle discriminatory political discourse on immigration3
The struggle between the power of language and the language of power3
Doing justice to the agential material*3
Britain as a protector, a mediator or an onlooker?3
The legitimization of the use of sweat shops by H&M in the Swedish press3
“We” in the EU: (De) legitimizing power relations and status3
Fighting an indestructible monster3
“They are just a danger”3
‘We need to talk about the hegemony of the left’3
Why do politicians cite others in political debates?3
Norm destruction, norm resilience3
Migration controls in Italy and Hungary3
An introduction to the special issue on ‘Discourse Theory: Ways forward for theory development and research practice’3
Immigrants and Syrian refugees in the Turkish press3
Language, immigration, and identity3
Migrants are not welcome3
A Europeanisation of American politics?2
Populist radical right beyond Europe2
Strategic functions of linguistic impoliteness in US primary election debates2
An introduction to the special issue on “Language, Politics and Media: The Hong Kong protests”2
Clinton stated, Trump exclaimed!2
Portrayal of power in manifestos2
Gender matters in questioning presidents2
Politics as construction of the unthinkable2
Populating ‘solidarity’ in political debate2
Diasporic media and counterpublics2
Constructing women’s “different voice”2
Narratives of dialogue in parliamentary discourse2
Integrating CDA with ideological rhetorical criticism in the investigation of Abe Cabinet’s discursive construction in “Indo-Pacific Strategy”2
“These are not just slogans”2
‘Cinema as a common activity’2
Legitimizing austerity in crisis-hit Greece2
Framing the political conflict discourse in Chinese media1
“It is in the nation-state that democracy resides”1
Metalinguistic tactics in the Hong Kong protest movement1
Langue de bois, or, discourse in defense of an offshore financial center1
Return migrants from the United States to Mexico1
The ideological construction of Western ISIS-associated females1
Media, Migration and Human Rights1
Jan Zienkowski, and Ruth Breeze. (eds) (2019) Imagining the Peoples of Europe. Populist discourses across the political spectrum1
News on fake news1
“First forced displacements, then slaughter”1
The arrival of the populist radical right in Chile1
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)1
(De)legitimising EUrope in times of crisis1
Interpersonal-function topoi in Chinese central government’s work report (2020) as epidemic (counter-)crisis discourse1
A corpus-driven exploration of U.S. language planning and language ideology from 2013 to 20181
The mediated communication of gender and sexuality in contemporary politics1
Legitimation in revolutionary discourse1
“We shall not flag or fail, we shall go on to the end”1
US-China trade negotiation discourses in the press1
Critical junctures beyond the black box1
Review of Pennycook & Makoni (2020): Innovations and challenges in applied linguistics from the Global South1
Jair Bolsonaro and the defining attributes of the populist radical right in Brazil1
Towards webs of equivalence and the political nomad in agonistic debate1
Language ideological debates about linguistic landscapes1
Serbian Progressive Party’s shameless normalization of expressing sycophancy toward the leader1
Discursive constructions on Spanish languages1
Bacteria, garbage, insects and pigs1
A stairheid rammy1
Review of Feldman (2020): The Rhetoric of Political Leadership: Logic, and Emotion in Public Discourse1
Just call me Dave1
Retrieving the new from the legacy of history1
“Symbolic photographs” as floating and empty signifiers1
Balancing the ideals of public participation1
Review of Ajšić (2021): Language and Ethnonationalism in Contemporary West Central Balkans: A Corpus-based Approach1
The populist radical right in Australia1
“So my position is…”1
Review of Catalano & Waugh (2020): Critical Discourse Analysis, Critical Discourse Studies and Beyond0
Temporal agency of social movements0
Wrestling between English and Pinyin0
Review of Statham (2022): Critical discourse analysis: A practical introduction to power in language0
From controversy to common ground0
Review of Lukin (2019): War and its ideologies: A social-semiotic theory and description0
Review of Boria, Carreres, Noriega-Sánchez & Tomalin (2020): Translation and multimodality: Beyond words0
Review of Capan, dos Reis & Grasten (2021): The Politics of Translation in International Relations0
Review of Islentyeva (2021): Corpus-Based Analysis of Ideological Bias: Migration in the British Press0
Review of Shi-xu & Pardo (2016): Discourses of the developing world: Researching properties, problems and potentials of the developing world0
Emergent Twitter publics through political scandal0
Viola, Lorella, and Andreas Musolff (eds.). 2019. Migration and Media. Discourses about identities in crisis0
Review of McIntosh & Mendoza-Denton (2020): Language in the Trump Era: Scandals and Emergencies0
Marta Neüff. (2018) Words of Crisis as Words of Power: The Jeremiad in American Presidential Speeches0
Review of Zottola (2021): Transgender Identities in the Press: A Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis0
Review of Wu (2023): Media Representations of Macau’s Gaming Industry in Greater China: A Corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis0
The rise of the new Polish far-right0
Review of Gould & Tahmasebian (2020): The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Activism0
“You are fake news”0
Language, Politics and Media0
Rhetorical (ir)responsibility in the Australian Parliament0
Review of Perrez, Reuchamps & Thibodeau (2019): Variation in political metaphor0
Review of Musolff & Breeze (2022): Pandemic and Crisis Discourse Communicating COVID-19 and Public Health Strategy0
From more to less ‘Civil’ borderline discourses in mainstream media and government0
Discourses and practices of the ‘New Normal’0
Gender, language, and representation in the United States Senate0
A contrastive analysis of reports on North Korea’s missile program0
National identity revisited0
Review of Fetzer & Weizman (2019): The Construction of ‘Ordinariness’ across Media Genres0
The populist radical right beyond Europe0
Review of Krippendorff & Halabi (2020): Discourses in action: What language enables us to do0
Review of Hodges (2019): When Words Trump Politics. Resisting a Hostile Regime of Language0
The representation of migrant identities in UK Government documents about Brexit0
Review of Liu (2021): The Language of Political Incorporation: Chinese Migrants in Europe0
Review of Seargeant (2020): The Art of Political Storytelling: Why Stories Win Votes in Post-truth Politics0
Review of Akbari (2020): Iran’s Language Planning Confronting English Abbreviations: Persian Terminology Planning0
Language and culture wars0
Review of Demasi, Burke & Tileagă (2021): Political communication: Discursive perspectives0
Review of Forchtner (2020): The Far Right and the Environment: Politics, Discourse and Communication0
A meaningless buzzword or a meaningful label? How do Spanish politicians use populismo and populista on Twitter?0
Review of Leal (2021): English and Translation in the European Union: Unity and Multiplicity in the Wake of Brexit0
Review of Caimotto & Raus (2023): Lifestyle Politics in Translation: The Shaping and Re-shaping of Ideological Discourse0
Review of Pennycook (2021): Critical Applied Linguistics: A Critical Reintroduction0
The groundwork of Putin’s war0
Review of Barakos (2020): Language Policy in Business: Discourse, Ideology and Practice0
Review of Charteris-Black (2020): Metaphors of Coronavirus0
Collective identity construction in the covid-19 crisis0
Cultivation of sustainability in a discourse of change0
Review of Italiano (2020): The Dark Side of Translation0
Utopia, war, and justice0
Review of Li & Hu (2021): Reappraising Self and Others: A Corpus-based Study of Chinese Political Discourse in English Translation0
Marcia Macaulay. (2019) Populist Discourse: International Perspectives0
A topic modeling-assisted diachronic study of “One Country, Two Systems” represented in Anglo-American newspapers0
Review of Tam (2020): Dialect and Nationalism in China, 1860–19600
Review of Amossy (2018): Une formule dans la guerre des mots : « La délégitimation d’ Israël »0
National construction and popular erasure in Colombia0
Review of Zappettini (2019): European Identities in Discourse: A Transnational Citizens’ Perspective0
The leader and the people0
Review of Berrocal & Salamurović (2019): Political Discourse in Central, Eastern and Balkan Europe0
Review of Wodak (2020): The Politics of Fear0
Shannon Bow O’Brien. (2018) Why Presidential Speech Locations Matter: Analyzing Speechmaking from Truman to Obama0
In the name of the nobility of the cause, what I did is right0
Review of Closs Stephens (2022): National Affects: The Everyday Atmospheres of Being Political0
Review of de Cillia, Wodak, Rheindorf & Lehner (2020): Österreichische Identitäten im Wandel: Empirische Untersuchungen zu ihrer diskursiven Konstruktion 1995–20150
Review of Serafis (2023): Authoritarianism on the Front Page: Multimodal Discourse and Argumentation in Times of Multiple Crises in Greece0
Review of Li, Lui & Fung (2020): Systemic functional political discourse: A text-based study0
Protest graffiti, social movements and changing participation frameworks0
Review of Yu (2022): Moral Metaphor System: A Conceptual Metaphor Approach0
Fighting talk0
Mearsheimer, Putin, ideology, and the war in Ukraine0
Vaia Doudaki and Nico Carpentier (eds). (2018) Cyprus and its Conflicts: Representations, Materialities and Cultures0
How is structural inequality made fair in a meritocratic education system?0
Visions of the good future0
“Britain was already cherry-picking from the European tree without bothering to water the soil or tend to its branches”0
Review of Lütge, Merse & Rauschert (2022): Global Citizenship in Foreign Language Education: Concepts, Practices, Connections0
Review of Rheindorf & Wodak (2020): Sociolinguistic perspectives on migration control: Language policy, identity and belonging0
Sam Browse. (2018) Cognitive Rhetoric0
Review of Rajandran & Lee (2023): Discursive Approaches to Politics in Malaysia: Legitimising Governance0
Activism or slacktivism?0
Discourses of Fake News0
Multimodality as civic participation0
The language of exclusion0
Review of Price & Harbisher (2021): Power, Media, and the Covid-19 Pandemic: Framing Public Discourse0
Review of Laugesen & Gehrmann (2020): Communication, Interpreting and Language in Wartime: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives0
Review of Almanna & House (2023): Translation Politicised and Politics Translated0
Beyond the exceptional0
Review of Wodak & Forchtner (2021): The Routledge Handbook of Language and Politics0
Policy discourse in times of crisis0
The Mediated Communication of Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Politics0
Dimensions of time and space in narratives for climate action0
Review of Twardzisz (2018): Defining ‘Eastern Europe’: A Semantic Inquiry into Political Terminology0
Review of Baker, Vessey & McEnery (2021): The Language of Violent Jihad0
Review of Turner (2019): Multilingualism as a Resource and a Goal: Using and Learning Languages in Mainstream Schools0
Review of Feldman (2021): When Politicians Talk: The Cultural Dynamics of Public Speaking0
Discourse Theory0
ICT environmentalism and the sustainability game0
Review of Filardo-Llamas, Morales-López & Floyd (2021): Discursive Approaches to Sociopolitical Polarization and Conflict0
When in parliamentary debate there is no debate0
Working Royals, Megxit and Prince Andrew’s disastrous BBC interview0
Parrhesia, orthodoxy, and irony0
Review of Woodhams (2019): Political Identity in Discourse: The Voices of New Zealand Voters0
Review of Knoblock (2020): Language of Conflict: Discourses of the Ukrainian Crisis0
Federica Ferrari (2018) Metaphor and Persuasion in Strategic Communication: Sustainable Perspectives0
Review of Schneider & Eitelmann (2020): Linguistic inquiries into Donald Trump’s Language: From ‘Fake News’ to ‘Tremendous Success’0
‘Effortful’, ‘needy’ and ‘freeloader’0
Review of Caple, Huan & Bednarek (2020): Multimodal News Analysis across Cultures0
Review of Deringer & Ströbel (2022): International Discourses of Authoritarian Populism: Varieties and Approaches0
Anthropomorphism, anthropocentrism, and human-orientation in environmental discourse0
Review of Kranert (2019): Discourse and Political Culture. The Language of the Third Way in Germany and the UK0
Review of Demata (2023): Discourses of Borders and the Nation in the USA: A Discourse-historical Analysis0
“There is new technology here that can perform miracles”0
Review of Feng (2023): Multimodal Chinese Discourse: Understanding Communication and Society in Contemporary China0
Politician, activist… or hero?0
Review of Fuchs (2020): Communication and Capitalism: A Critical Theory0
“Hope dies – Action begins”0
‘If you see [blank], say [blank]’0
Roderick, Ian. 2016. Critical Discourse Studies and Technology: A Multimodal Approach to Analysing Technoculture0
Discourses on gender in climate change adaptation projects of Bangladesh0
Review of Nartey (2022): Political Myth-making, Populist Performance and Nationalist Resistance: Examining Kwame Nkrumah’s Construction of the African Unity Dream0
The European migrant crisis in Polish parliamentary discourse0
Review of Šarić & Stanojević (2019): Metaphor, Nation and Discourse0
Tommaso M. Milani (ed.). (2018) Queering Language, Gender and Sexuality0
Review of Chiluwa (2021): Discourse and Conflict: Analysing Text and Talk of Conflict, Hate and Peace-building0
Review of Stefanie (2021): Discourses of the Arab revolutions in media and politics0
Review of Livnat, Shukrun-Nagar & Hirsch (2020): The Discourse of Indirectness: Cues, Voices and Functions0
Review of Thompson, Bowcher, Fontaine & Schönthal (2019): Cambridge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics0
Review of Jones (2021): Viral Discourse0
Review of Wachowski & Sullivan (2022): Metonymies and Metaphors for Death Around the World0
Identifying the discursive trajectory of social change – a systematic discourse theoretical framework0
The Bangkok Blast as a finger-pointing blame game0
Review of van Dijk (2021): Antiracist Discourse in Brazil: From Abolition to Affirmative Action0
Inside the echo chamber0
Review of Chun (2022): Applied Linguistics and Politics0
Insider outside0
A meta-discursive analysis of engagement markers in QAnon anti-immigration comments0
Review of Ni (2021): A Study on Outward Translation of Chinese Literature (1949–1966)0
Media portrayals of the Hong Kong Occupy Central Movement’s social actors0
Review of Verschueren (2021): Complicity in Discourse and Practice0
Revealing China’s diplomatic narratives of the Belt and Road Initiative0